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the amount by which something decreases

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In this study, we investigated the clinical and electrophysiological data of 146 Chinese patients with ALS, focusing on features of RNS decrements, in the hope of novel discoveries that would lead to a better understanding about the mechanisms of the disease.
The document goes on to illustrate a higher-priced offeror receiving a price decrement and becoming the low offeror, for evaluation purposes, by submitting a proposal responding to a stated objective above the minimum requirement.
Multiplicative increment and linear decrements of CW is proposed and which is given as follows:
Thus, the objective of the present study was to compare the performance (total work and power decrement), utilization of anaerobic reserve, blood lactate (peak and delta), respiratory exchange rate, [VO.sub.2] and HR relative to its maximum index in response to a high-intensity intermittent all-out exercise protocol between men and women.
On the other hand, five sectors posted flat growths while three sectors posted decrements.
Smith-Jackson added that they saw performance decrements and reduced productivity overall and the reason was twofold: distractions (verbal and visual) reduced employee's focus, and, at the same time, upped their mental workload.
Increased average levels of Total Suspended particles (TSP) over a 4-days period are significantly associated with decrements in FVC, FEV1 & FEF 25-75%.
The resulting combination of fatigue and compromised tissues can lead to performance decrements, psychological affects, and further injury.
While all types of students in the study suffered decrements in performance in online courses, some struggled more than others to adapt: males, younger students, Black students, and students with lower grade point averages.
Most research on stretch-induced strength decrements has focused on lower limb stretches (1,3,4,7, 9,11,12).
CONCLUSIONS: In summary, when persons who are undergoing chronic life stress are confronted with an acute psychological challenge, an exaggerated psychologic and peak sympathomedullary reactivity occurs that is associated with decrements in individual NK cell function and is protracted beyond termination of the stressor and sympathomedullary recovery.
However, "this null result masked an unexpected but significant interaction with age," in which younger women (aged 50-59 years) showed health improvements while older women showed health decrements, Dr.
In later childhood, increasing prenatal total dialkyl- and dimethylphosphate metabolites were associated with decrements in perceptual reasoning in those with the maternal PONl Q192R QQ genotype.
During ground dynamical tests resonant frequencies [[omega].sup.k.sub.rez] and logarithmic decrements [[lambda].sub.k] are measured for each vibration mode [8].